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  1. #1
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    May 2012

    VDO x3dw doesn't receive signal


    Several days ago I mounted new VDO x3dw on my fat-bike.
    Unfortunately it doesn't receive signal from sensor on front wheel, at that the cadence senor is working properly and I can see cadence value on screen. In order to fix problem I've done following:

    • Install new battery (3.1--3.2 V) into both front sensor and receiver
    • Check that both sensor is blinking and hermetically sealed relay is ticking when a magnet is passing near the sensor
    • Set the custom tire size for bike1 and bike2
    • Change switch in front sensor bike1-bike2

    Are there any other way to solve this problem? Maybe I was inattentive reading a manual?

  2. #2
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    May 2012

    Good job!

    This problem was solved. This is useful link.

    The essence consists in shielding of signal. Sensor is placed on the right of fork, in fact under widest Clow Shoe rim; receiver is placed on left part of bar at angle of 30 degrees. I've just rotate screen horizontally and OK .
    Last edited by Anabar; 02-05-2014 at 04:00 PM.

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